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1 Issue III : October 1997 The Challenger Version 8 User Guide

2 CONTENTS Introduction... 3 Glossary... 4 The Challenger Console.. Liquid Crystal Display... 6 Keypad... 7 Indicator Lights... 8 User Identification...PIN... 9 Using a PIN... 9 Duress...Duress Facility How to activate the Duress Facility Door Opening Arming How to arm your system Disarming How to disarm your system Unsealed Inputs...When arming/disarming your system Types of Alarms...Local Alarm Alarm System Alarm Local Alarm...How to identify the source of a Local Alarm How to acknowledge a Local Alarm Alarm...How to identify the source of an alarm How to reset an alarm Quick Alarm History Continued overleaf... 2 V8-U-TXT.PM6 : Issue I, Revision I : October 1997

3 CONTENTS The Challenger menu... How to display menu options How to select a menu option How to exit a menu option Menu Options: 1... Panel Status Inputs Unsealed Inputs in Alarm Inputs Isolated History Test Report Service Menu Film Counters Input Text Isolate De-Isolate Test Input Start Auto Access Test Program Users (Cards) Time and Date Isolate/De-isolate RAS/DGP Enable/Disable Service Tech Reset Cameras Installer Menu Door and Floor Groups Holidays Open Door Unlock, Lock, Disable and Enable Doors Print History Programming Records:...Introduction...62 User Record Door Group Record Floor Group Record Holiday Record Alarm Group Record Timezone Record The Challenger Version 8.0 User Guide : Issue I, Revision I : October

4 THE CHALLENGER The Challenger panel combines sophisticated design with versatility. It is easy to use and this, together with its many other features, makes The Challenger the leader in its field. Programming and system features: The Challenger can be programmed to function in a number of different ways. The way that your system functions depends on the requirements of your organization and on the way those requirements have been achieved via the programming. Your system may not have all the features detailed in this guide, or it may incorporate additional features which are detailed separately in the user guides for that equipment. It should be remembered that some of your system features may not be authorized to all users. The User Guide: The User Guide provides details of all the procedure variations, including the different responses from The Challenger. It should be noted however, that the procedures and Challenger responses will be consistent throughout one system. For example, if a list is presented in a particular way in one function, it will be presented in the same way in all other functions. Display Text: The terminology used to describe the various parts of your building or security system has been programmed specifically for your organization. Testing: It is important that you regularly test your system to ensure that all equipment is operating correctly. Disclaimer It is the responsibility of the customer to test and determine the suitability of this product for specific applications. In no event shall Tecom Systems be responsible or liable for any damages incurred by the buyer or any third party arising out of the use or inability to use the product. Due to ongoing development the contents of this manual are subject to change without notice. All efforts have been made to ensure the accuracy of this manual. However, Tecom Systems can assume no responsibility for any errors or omissions in this manual or their consequences. Should any errors be found, we would greatly appreciate being notified of them. 4 V8-U-TXT.PM6 : Issue I, Revision I : October 1997

5 GLOSSARY ACCESS CONTROL ACCESS ALARM ALARM GROUP AREA ARMED ARMING STATION (RAS) CURSOR : The control of entry to, or exit from a security area. : The condition of an area or building when it is occupied and when the security system has been set so that normal activity does not set off an alarm. : The state of a security system when an armed input device is activated. eg. A door lock is broken causing a siren to sound. The alarm signal (siren, flashing light etc.) and the circumstances which cause it, will depend on the system programming. : A Challenger feature which defines a User's Security requirements by specifying a group of areas, functions and menu options. Alarm groups are used when programming Users to define what areas can be controlled and what functions can be performed by that user. : A section of a building which has specific security requirements. The Challenger allows a building to be divided into 16 areas of differing security requirements. Each area is identified by a number and name. eg. 1. Office, 2. Workshop, 3. Boardroom etc. : The condition of an input, an area or a building, when a change in the status of any input (from sealed to unsealed) will cause an alarm. An area or building is only armed when it is unoccupied. Some inputs may remain armed continually. : A device which is the user s control panel for security functions for an area(s) or for access points (doors). The arming station may be a Challenger console, or any other device which can be used to perform security functions such as arm/disarm, open doors etc. : A flashing underline character on the liquid crystal display which indicates where the next character entered on the keypad, will appear. DATA GATHERING PANEL : A device which collects data from other security devices within (DGP) an area, and transfers it to the main control panel. DOOR GROUP DURESS FLOOR GROUP HISTORY INPUT ISOLATE : A Challenger feature which defines a group of doors to a user, in order to allow access at those doors. Access to each door in the group may be restricted by a timezone. : A situation where a user is being forced to breach the system security (eg. forced at gunpoint to disarm the security). The Challenger Duress Facility allows a signal to be activated (eg. notification to a security station) by a user. This is done by entering on a keypad, a duress digit in conjunction with a PIN. : A Challenger feature which defines a group of floors to a user, in order to allow selection of those floors when accessing a lift reader. Access to each floor in the group may be restricted by a timezone. : A list of past alarm and access control events stored in memory which can be viewed on an LCD Arming station or sent to a printer. : An electrical signal from a security device (Input Device) to The Challenger system. Each input device is identified by a number and text. eg. Reception Hold Up Button, 6. Fire Door. : See Sealed/Unsealed/Isolated. The Challenger Version 8.0 User Guide : Issue I, Revision I : October

6 GLOSSARY LCD LED LOCAL ALARM ON-LINE / OFF-LINE PIN REMOTE MONITORING : (Liquid Crystal Display) The part of an arming station where messages or programming input are displayed. : (Light Emitting Diode) A light indicator, on an arming station, which conveys a condition. eg. Area in Alarm, communications fault etc. : An alarm which is transmitted only within a building, and occurs when an area is occupied. The circumstances which cause a local alarm can be checked and rectified by personnel on site and it is therefore unnecessary for the alarm to be relayed to a remote monitoring station. : Operational/ Not Operational. A device may be off-line due to a malfunction in the device itself or a disconnection from the control. : A 4-10 digit number given to, or selected by a user. It is necessary to enter a PIN on The Challenger keypad as a pre-requisite to performing most Challenger functions. In The Challenger programming, the PIN is associated with a user number which identifies the PIN holder to the system. : An installation which monitors whether an alarm has occurred in a security system. A remote monitoring station is located away from the building/area it monitors. SEALED/UNSEALED : Describes the condition of an input device. /ISOLATED Sealed : The input device is NOT activated. eg. door closed. Unsealed : The input device is activated. eg. door open. Isolated : The input device has been inhibited from indicating sealed or unsealed status. It is excluded from functioning as part of the system. SECURE SYSTEM ALARM TAMPER TIMEZONE UNSEALED USER NUMBER : The condition of an area or building when it is armed (security turned on) and unoccupied. : The state of a security system when a Challenger device (Challenger panel, Data gathering panel or Remote arming station) is tampered, stops communicating or detects a fault condition such as mains fail, low battery, fuse fail etc. The alarm signal (siren, flashing light etc) will depend on the system programming. : A situation where an input device or associated wiring are tampered with, or accidentally damaged. The Challenger Tamper Facility activates a signal (eg. flashing light) when Tamper occurs. : A program setting which identifies specific time periods on specific days. Timezones are allocated to Challenger functions to control the activity of that function by time and day and are primarily used to restrict access. e.g. Timezones can be assigned to Door Groups, Floor Groups and Alarm Groups. : See Sealed/Unsealed/Isolated. : A number which is associated with a user s PIN or card to identify the user to The Challenger. 6 V8-U-TXT.PM6 : Issue I, Revision I : October 1997

7 THE CHALLENGER CONSOLE Liquid Crystal Display The liquid crystal display (LCD) on The Challenger is where messages are displayed. These messages will guide you through the functions of The Challenger. These functions include the identification of problems, the procedures necessary to rectify problems, programming functions and other menu options. The display may also show information you have entered on the keypad. The first line of the display is used to show system information and will scroll if there are more characters than can be displayed, depending on the arming station type. The second line of the display is used to show instructions, and any characters you enter on the keypad. In some instances there may be insufficient space to display all the text being presented, eg. a list of areas in your building or a name or location. ~ If a complete list is displayed on Line 1, a full stop will be shown at the end of the list. ~ If the list is incomplete, a ">" will be shown at the end of the line and the full stop does not appear. By pressing NEXT you can then display the rest of the list and update the information at the same time. ~ If only part of a name or location is shown, it can be moved left by entering the applicable number preceding the text, followed by ENTER. The usual message on the display is: There Are No Alarms In This Area Code: Your system may display a custom message instead of the one shown above if it has been programmed to do so. e.g: Welcome to The Challenger Code: The Challenger Version 8.0 User Guide : Issue I, Revision I : October

8 THE CHALLENGER CONSOLE The Keypad The Challenger keypad consists of numeric keys - 0 to 9, and operational keys - MENU *, ENTER, NEXT, CLEAR, ON, and OFF. Not all keys are available on all arming stations. 0-9 ~ The numeric keys are used primarily as numbers but can be used for text when programming user names. For further information on using the keypad for text - Refer to: Menu Option 14 - Program Users. ON ~ Used after entering your PIN to tell the system that you are turning the after hours security on. OFF ~ Used after entering your PIN to tell the system that you are turning the after hours security off. ENTER ~ Enter key - this key is always used when information is to be processed (similar to the Enter key on a computer). ~ Scroll forwards in the menu. MENU * ~ Bring up the menu login prompt. ~ Backspace to correct an error when you are keying information on the keypad. ~ Scroll backwards in the menu. (some arming stations may only have the * without the word menu) NEXT ~ Display the next items in a list. ~ Update the information shown. ie. show the most recent status. (available on some arming stations only) CLEAR ~ Exit the current function or operation and return to alarm control prompt. (available on some arming stations only) Note:? In the User Guide, this symbol indicates a numeric or alpha value to be recorded. eg. a number for a specific input, area, PIN etc. 8 V8-U-TXT.PM6 : Issue I, Revision I : October 1997

9 THE CHALLENGER CONSOLE The Indicator Lights There are a number of red indicator lights (or LEDs) on the Challenger console. These lights, together with the information shown on the display, allow you to determine the system status at a glance. Not all indicator lights are available on all arming stations. Area Lights: The area lights, one for each of the possible security areas, indicate the status of the particular area. Light ON : Indicates that the area is unoccupied and armed. Light OFF : Indicates that the area is occupied and the security system has been set to allow normal access. Light FLASHING slow: Light FLASHING fast : Indicates that an alarm has occurred in the area while in access. (Note: Does not flash for local alarms that do not require a code to reset e.g. Type 15 or 41) Indicates that an alarm has occurred in the area while in secure. System Alarm Lights: (available on some arming stations only) The system alarm lights indicate a breach of security. One of the system alarm lights will flash when an alarm has occurred. (An areas armed light will also flash to indicate the location of the alarm). ACCESS Alarm light : Will flash when an alarm has occurred in an area which is occupied and the security system has been set to allow normal access. 24 HOUR Alarm light : Will flash when an alarm has occurred in an area where an input device has been programmed for 24 hour monitoring. SECURE Alarm light : TAMPER Alarm light : Will flash when an alarm has occurred in an area which is unoccupied and armed. Will flash when an alarm has occurred due to tamper. System Faults: (available on some arming stations only) Any system faults will be displayed on the arming station consoles if the arming station has an LCD fitted and/or "System faults" LEDs. Comms Fail : Will display if there is a failure in the communications between The Challenger and a remote monitoring station. RAS Fail : Will display if a remote arming station is off-line. DGP Fail : Will display if an access controller or data gathering panel is off-line. Battery Fail : Will display if the auxiliary battery power is found to be low on cutover to battery after mains power is lost. The Challenger Version 8.0 User Guide : Issue I, Revision I : October

10 USER IDENTIFICATION As a user, you are identified by a Personal Identification Number (PIN) and/or a Card. The PIN is a 4 to 10 digit number given to, or selected by a user. It can be any combination of numbers between 0 and 9. In The Challenger programming, your PIN/Card is associated with a User number which identifies you to The Challenger. When a Card and/or PIN is used, the programming ensures that the only functions performed will be those authorized to the specific PIN/Card holder. This is achieved by three features which group functions together to create: i) alarm groups, ii) door groups and iii) floor groups. Alarm Groups: There are many alarm groups and each one is allotted specific areas and a specific set of functions. Your User number is assigned to an alarm group and will therefore perform only the functions of that alarm group. Also, time zones are allotted to each alarm group. this means that the functions of an alarm group can be further controlled by the time. Door Groups: There are at least 10 and up to 128 door groups in your system for controlling access to doors. Each door group is allotted specific door numbers, and each door number is allotted a time zone during which the door can be accessed by the user. Your User number is assigned to a door group and will therefore access only the doors of that door group during the specified timezone/s. Floor Groups: (relevant to systems with Lift Controllers) There are at least 10 and up to 64 floor groups in your system. Each door group is allotted specific floor numbers, and each floor number is allotted a time zone during which the floor can be selected by the user. Your User number is assigned to a floor group and will therefore access only the floors of that floor group during the specified timezone/s. The Challenger can therefore be programmed so that a PIN and/or Card may be used to perform any function or combination of functions during any time period. eg. - An alarm group for Managers may allow access to all Challenger user operations at all times. Using a PIN: - An alarm group for a cleaner may only allow their Card to disarm an area for 1 hour between 5pm & 11 pm - A door group for a night shift worker may allow their PIN to be used to open a door between 11pm and 7am only. When you enter your PIN on The Challenger keypad, each key pressed will be indicated by * on the display. Input of an incorrect code, or a code/card which is not valid at the particular arming station, will result in 7 quick beeps from the console. See Also:Program Users - Menu Option V8-U-TXT.PM6 : Issue I, Revision I : October 1997

11 DURESS A duress facility is available on The Challenger but will operate only if your system has been programmed to use it. The duress facility is a device which will activate a silent signal to security personnel. If you are asked, under threat, to breach your system security (eg. being forced to disarm the system), you are able to do so in a way that will also activate the system duress facility. This is done by using a duress digit in conjunction with your PIN. The duress digit is the last digit of your PIN, plus one (1). eg. PIN = duress digit = 5 PIN = duress digit = 3 If the last digit of your PIN is 9, then the duress digit is 0. To Activate Duress: ~ Enter all but the last digit of your PIN. 5 ~ Enter the duress digit. OFF ~ Press or ON ~ Press or ENTER ~ Press When duress has been activated, the display will show:...,there Are No Alarms In This Area Code: Reset Duress: To reset the duress facility (ie. Turn off the signal), enter a valid PIN code. The display will return to There Are No Alarms In This Area etc. The..., will be removed. Notes: 1. If Duress was activated under conditions which are no longer valid (false alarm), and it has been reset, it is important that you contact your monitoring company to ensure that no further action is taken by them. 2. Use of your PIN with the duress digit will still activate the functions associated with the PIN. The Challenger Version 8.0 User Guide : Issue I, Revision I : October

12 DOOR OPENING OPTION A Challenger console may be used to open a door, by entering a door code. Your door code is related to your PIN. It varies, depending on whether your PIN has been programmed to allow you to arm/disarm your system, as well as open doors. To open a door: The bottom line of the display must show: Code: ~ Enter your door code. (See Note 3) ENTER ~ Press. To open the door only. (See Note 2) or OFF ~ Press. To disarm the security and open the door if your full PIN code is entered. (See Notes 2 & 3) or ON ~ Press. To arm the security and open the door if your full PIN code is entered. (See Notes 2 & 3) If the door is only allowed to be opened for a preset time, the display may show. eg. Suppressed Code: If the door is closed prior to the end of the maximum open time, the word " Suppressed" will be removed from the display and the console will sound the warning buzzer for 3 seconds to indicate that the door is no longer suppressed. If the door is not closed at the end of the suppression time, the display will show "Suppression Ending" on the top line of the display. The console will sound the warning buzzer for a preset time to enable you to close the door or re-enter your PIN to extend the suppression time. Notes: 1. If the console sounds 7 quick beeps when you enter your door code, an invalid code has been entered, or the code is not valid at this arming station. 2. A door code will only open doors programmed to be opened by that code. i.e. The Door Group assigned to the user may not allow access to all doors. 3. In most systems with access control, an "Alarm Code Prefix" is used. The Alarm Code Prefix is the number of digits that are to be left off the front of your full PIN code to make the door code and is programmed by the installer. e.g. Alarm Code Prefix = 2 digits. Full PIN code = Door PIN code will therefore be See Also:Door Groups - Menu Option 20. User Identification. 12 V8-U-TXT.PM6 : Issue I, Revision I : October 1997

13 ARMING YOUR SYSTEM The arming procedure is used (when leaving the premises) to set devices in your system to cause an alarm should there be a change in their condition. You are turning on the security for an area or building which is unoccupied. - The arming procedure will vary depending on how your system is programmed. The recommended OFF/ON procedure is described in this User Guide. - Each arming station controls specific area/s. Only the area/s controlled by an arming station can be armed at that arming station. - Each PIN will only be authorized to arm specific area/s. When an arming procedure is used, only the area/s assigned to the PIN will be armed. - It is not possible to arm an area with an unsealed input. If at any time during the arming process the console sounds 7 quick beeps and displays the word unsealed, refer to the section on Unsealed Inputs. - After an area is armed you will have a pre-set time to exit the area before an alarm occurs. The Challenger Version 8.0 User Guide : Issue I, Revision I : October

14 ARMING YOUR SYSTEM OFF/ON Operation. To arm the system, you must specify that you are leaving an area, by using the ON key. Arming Procedure: 1. Before commencing, the display must show: There Are No Alarms In This Area Code: ~ Enter your PIN ON ~ Press 3. The result of step 2 will depend on: - Whether the system has been programmed to display the areas assigned to your PIN. - Whether the areas to be armed are sealed. (See Unsealed Inputs). Areas not displayed: If your system has not been programmed to display the areas assigned to your PIN, any of those areas which were disarmed, will now be armed (provided all inputs were sealed). The display will return to that shown in step 1. The area light(s) will illuminate when the arming procedure has been successful. Areas displayed: If the areas assigned to your PIN are displayed, any of those areas which are disarmed will be listed. eg. 0-All 1, Office 2, Boardroom 3, Workshop Enter Area: From this display you have several options: a/ Arm all areas 0 ~ Select All disarmed areas listed. ENTER ~ Press This will arm all the areas assigned to your PIN and which were not already armed. The display will return to that shown in step V8-U-TXT.PM6 : Issue I, Revision I : October 1997

15 ARMING YOUR SYSTEM b/ Arm individual areas? ~ Enter the area number ENTER ~ Press This will arm the selected area immediately and remove it from the display. If there are more areas than can be shown on the display the list will now show the next area. You may arm any of the areas listed by selecting them in this way. When arming is complete, press ENTER to return to the display shown in step 1. c/ Cancel the function ENTER ~ Press This will cancel the function and return you to the display shown in step 1. If you have already armed areas prior to using this function, the areas will remain armed. d/ Display more areas NEXT ~ Press This will display the next disarmed areas in the list and update the information. Select from these areas to arm the individual area (as shown in b/ above) or continue to press NEXT to view all the areas and return to the first display. 4. The area light(s) will illuminate when the arming procedure has been successful. The Challenger Version 8.0 User Guide : Issue I, Revision I : October

16 DISARMING YOUR SYSTEM Disarming your system is turning off those devices which would cause an alarm if they were left on when the building is occupied. Note that the security system is not necessarily turned off but that other devices may still operate which will cause an alarm under different circumstances. Disarming changes your system to Access. i.e. The area/building is occupied and the security system has been set to allow normal access. - The disarming procedure will vary depending on how your system is programmed. The recommended OFF/ON option is described in this User Guide. - Each arming station controls specific area/s. Only the area/s controlled by an arming station can be disarmed at that arming station. - Each PIN will only be authorized to disarm specific area/s. When a disarming procedure is used, only the area/s assigned to the PIN will be disarmed. - If at any time during the disarming process the console sounds 7 quick beeps and displays the word unsealed, refer to the section on Unsealed Inputs. - On entering the area, the system will allow you a pre-set time to disarm before an alarm occurs. - If there is a current alarm condition when you disarm your system, the alarm will be reset. To determine the cause of the alarm, use the function Quick Alarm History. 16 V8-U-TXT.PM6 : Issue I, Revision I : October 1997

17 DISARMING YOUR SYSTEM OFF/ON Operation To disarm the system, you must specify that you are entering an area, by using the OFF key. Disarming Procedure: 1. Before commencing, the display must show: There Are No Alarms In This Area Code: ~ Enter your PIN OFF ~ Press 3. The result of step 2 will depend on: - Whether the system has been programmed to display the areas assigned to your PIN. - Whether the areas to be disarmed are sealed. (See Unsealed Inputs). Areas not displayed: If your system has not been programmed to display the areas assigned to your PIN, any of those areas which were armed, will now be disarmed (provided all inputs were sealed). The display will return to that shown in step 1. Areas displayed: If the areas assigned to your PIN are displayed, any of those areas which are armed will be listed. eg. 0-All 1, Office 2, Boardroom 3, Workshop Enter Area: From this display you have several options: a/ Disarm all areas 0 ~ Select All armed areas listed. ENTER ~ Press This will disarm all the areas assigned to your PIN and which were not already disarmed. The display will return to that shown in step 1. The Challenger Version 8.0 User Guide : Issue I, Revision I : October

18 DISARMING YOUR SYSTEM b/ Disarm individual areas? ~ Enter the area number ENTER ~ Press This will disarm the selected area immediately and remove it from the display. If there are more areas than can be shown on the display the list will now show the next area. You may disarm any of the areas listed by selecting them in this way. When disarming is complete, press ENTER to return to the display shown in step 1. c/ Cancel the function ENTER ~ Press This will cancel the function and return you to the display shown in step 1. If you have already disarmed areas prior to using this function, the areas will remain disarmed. d/ Display more areas NEXT ~ Press This will display the next armed areas in the list and update the information. Select from these areas to disarm the individual area (as shown in b/ above) or continue to press NEXT to view all the areas and return to the first display. 4. The area light(s) will extinguish when the disarming procedure has been successful. Reset an Alarm: 1. Resetting an alarm is the same as the disarming procedure except that the initial display will show: Code: 2. Steps 2 & 3 of the disarming procedure can then be followed. 3. If the reset function is successful: - The area light stops flashing and returns to the off state. - The display will return to "There Are No Alarms In This Area", or the custom text programmed for your system. See Also: Alarm 18 V8-U-TXT.PM6 : Issue I, Revision I : October 1997

19 UNSEALED INPUTS (When arming/disarming your system) It is not possible to arm (or disarm, if your system is programmed that way) an area unless all the inputs in that area are sealed, as an unsealed input would usually set off an alarm. For example, all the doors and windows must be closed. If any input is unsealed when you try to arm or disarm an area, The Challenger console will sound 7 quick beeps and will display the unsealed inputs. Unsealed inputs are listed either: One at a time eg. Unsealed On 6. Front Door NEXT or ENTER or As a list of numbers eg. Unsealed On 6, 7, 9. Input No: From either display:. NEXT ~ Update the list of unsealed inputs and display the next inputs in the list (if any) or? ENTER ~ Display the input name in full. or ENTER ~ Exit the function and return to the display shown when you were attempting to arm the system. After you have determined which inputs are unsealed, you must seal them (eg. close door) then exit this display and try again to arm or disarm the system. Note: If you are unable to seal an input, refer to Isolate Input - Menu Option 10. See Also: Arming Your System Disarming Your System Isolate Input - Menu Option 10 The Challenger Version 8.0 User Guide : Issue I, Revision I : October

20 TYPES OF ALARMS The are three types of alarms that are used in The Challenger. A description of each of the three types is provided here. 1. Local Alarm. 2. Alarm. 3. System Alarm. Local Alarm: An alarm which is transmitted only within a building, and occurs when an area is occupied. The circumstances which cause a local alarm can be checked and rectified by personnel on site and it is therefore unnecessary for the alarm to be relayed to a remote monitoring station. To acknowledge a local alarm on the keypad a PIN code is NOT required. e.g. Fire door opened during the day when building is occupied. See "Local Alarm" for the procedure to identify, acknowledge and reset a local alarm. Alarm: The state of a security system when an armed input device is activated. eg. A door lock is broken causing a siren to sound. The alarm signal (siren, flashing light etc.) and the circumstances which cause it, will depend on the system programming. A PIN code is required to be entered at the keypad to reset an Alarm. e.g. PIR Detector activated when building is unoccupied. Fire Door opened at night when building is unoccupied. Tamper switches on Input devices activated. Holdup button/s activated. See "Alarm" for the procedure to identify and reset an alarm. 20 V8-U-TXT.PM6 : Issue I, Revision I : October 1997

21 TYPES OF ALARMS System Alarm: The state of a security system when a Challenger device (Challenger panel, Data gathering panel or Remote arming station) is tampered, stops communicating or detects a fault condition such as mains fail, low battery, fuse fail etc. The alarm signal (siren, flashing light etc) will depend on the system programming. e.g. Alarm equipment interfered with or covers removed. (DGP Tamper) Communications cabling interfered with - cut or shorted. (DGP Fail, RAS Fail) Connections to siren speaker/s interfered with - cut or shorted. (Siren Fail) Telephone line interfered with - cut, shorted or damaged. (Report Fail) Power supply interruption and/or overload and Battery problems. (Mains Fail, Fuse Fail, Low Battery) Your system may be programmed to respond to System Alarms in one of two ways: 1) Latching System Alarms. A valid PIN code that is authorized to reset system alarms must be entered to reset a system alarm. The procedure to identify and reset latching system alarms is the same as the procedure described for "Alarms". 2) Non - Latching System Alarms. The system alarm will reset automatically as soon as the condition causing the alarm has been rectified. The procedure to identify the system alarm details is the same as the procedure described to Identify Alarms. Notes: 1. If the alarm conditions are no longer valid (problem rectified), and the alarm has been reset, it is important that you contact your monitoring company to ensure that no further action is taken by them. 2. If you are unable to reset a system alarm because the conditions require the service tech to attend etc, refer to the section on Isolate/Deisolate RAS/DGP - Menu Option If you reset an alarm before determining it s cause, you may use the function Quick Alarm History to check system alarm details. 4. You can only reset a system alarm if your alarm group authorizes you to do so. The Challenger Version 8.0 User Guide : Issue I, Revision I : October

22 LOCAL ALARM A local alarm is one which occurs when an area is occupied. The circumstances causing the alarm need to be checked and can possibly be rectified without the need to contact a remote monitoring station. The alarm is therefore transmitted only within the building and not relayed to a remote monitoring station. eg. A local alarm could be caused by opening a fire door which is monitored 24 hours a day. When a local alarm occurs: - The console will emit a continuous tone until the local alarm is acknowledged. - The display will show the following:,local Alarm Code: To determine the cause of the alarm: ENTER ENTER ~ Press (twice) The inputs causing the alarm are listed either: One at a time eg. Local Alarm On A4, Rear Fire Door NEXT or ENTER or As a list of numbers eg. Local Alarm On A4, A5, A9. Input No: From either display: 0 ENTER ~ Acknowledge the local alarm (see below). or NEXT ~ Update the list of inputs and display the next inputs in the list (if any). or? ENTER ~ Display the input name in full. 22 V8-U-TXT.PM6 : Issue I, Revision I : October 1997

23 LOCAL ALARM Acknowledge the local alarm: You must acknowledge the local alarm to stop the console tone. ENTER ENTER ~ Press (twice) The input/s causing the alarm are listed. 0 ~ Enter ENTER ~ Press This will acknowledge all local alarms, stop the tone and return the display to There Are No Alarms In This Area. Reset the local alarm: To ensure the local alarm does not recur, you must rectify whatever was causing it. ( eg. close door) The A preceding the input number on the display will be shown only on inputs where the local alarm has not been acknowledged. Re-alarm: If your system has been programmed with a reminder on local alarms, it will re-alarm after a pre-set time unless the cause has been fixed. It will continue to re-alarm, regardless of acknowledgment each time, unless the alarm cause is fixed. When a re-alarm does occur, the letter preceding the input number will not be shown. See Also: Alarm Panel Status - Menu Option 1 Inputs in Alarm - Menu Option 3 The Challenger Version 8.0 User Guide : Issue I, Revision I : October

24 ALARM Alarm is the state of your security system when a device has been activated by a breach of security. When an alarm occurs: - An area light will flash to indicate which area the alarm is coming from. - The display will show the following message on the second line: Code: Note: When an alarm occurs, There Are No Alarms In This Area is removed from the top line. Inputs in Tamper Alarm will be displayed with a T in front of the input number. To determine the cause of the alarm: ENTER ENTER ~ Press (twice) The inputs causing the alarm are listed either: One at a time eg. Alarm On 1. Workshop PIR Detector NEXT or ENTER or As a list of numbers eg. Alarm On 1, 2, 3. Input No: From either display: NEXT ~ Update the list of inputs in alarm and display the next input(s) in the list (if any). or 0 ENTER ~ Stop cameras operating and return to the initial display showing Code: etc. or? ENTER ~ Display the input name in full. or ENTER ~ Return to the initial "Code" display. 24 V8-U-TXT.PM6 : Issue I, Revision I : October 1997

25 ALARM Reset an Alarm: 1. Before commencing, the display must show: Code: ~ Enter your PIN OFF ~ Press 3. If the reset function is successful: - The area light stops flashing and returns to the state it was in before the alarm occurred. - The display will show: There Are No Alarms In This Area Code: 4. If the reset function is not successful: - The display will show the input/s causing the alarm: e.g. Alarm On 1. Workshop PIR Detector NEXT or ENTER This indicates that the input is still unsealed and needs to be re-sealed before attempting to reset the alarm. From this display: Refer to the procedure "To determine the cause of the alarm", and re-seal the input/s before attempting to reset the alarm again. Notes: 1. If the alarm conditions are no longer valid (false alarm), and the alarm has been reset, it is important that you contact your monitoring company to ensure that no further action is taken by them. 2. If you are unable to reset an alarm because of a faulty input, refer to the section on Isolate Input - Menu Option If you reset an alarm before determining it s cause, you may use the function Quick Alarm History to check alarm details. 4. You can only reset an alarm for an area which is assigned to your PIN. If you are unable to reset the alarm, ensure that the flashing area light is for an area you can access with your PIN. If not, your attempt to reset the alarm will result in you arming/disarming the system. See Also: Local Alarm Panel Status - Menu Option 1 Inputs in Alarm - Menu Option 3 Quick Alarm History The Challenger Version 8.0 User Guide : Issue I, Revision I : October

26 QUICK ALARM HISTORY This function provides a list of past alarm events. It is a fast and simple way to determine the location of the input which caused an alarm. This information may be necessary where you have to reset an alarm without first checking the cause. 1. Before commencing, the display must show: There Are No Alarms In This Area Code: Note: You cannot access alarm history if there is currently an alarm condition. 2. ENTER ENTER ~ Press (twice) The display will show the following details of each alarm: (The most recent alarm is shown first) The time the alarm occurred as hour & minutes - HH:MM. The date the alarm occurred as day & month - DD:MM. The type and location of the alarm. eg. *13:23 31/10 LOCAL ALARM Input 1 Fire D> 1-Scan, 0-Exit 3. From the history display it is possible to : ENTER ~ Move backwards through the history, one event at a time, from most recent alarm to oldest alarm. NEXT ~ Move forwards through the history, one event at a time. or 0 ~ Exit the history and return to the display showing There Are No Alarms In This Area or 1 ~ Scan the display to view the complete input name where the alarm has occurred. See Also : History - Menu Option 5 26 V8-U-TXT.PM6 : Issue I, Revision I : October 1997

27 THE CHALLENGER MENU The Challenger menu has 24 options available for performing various functions. Some of the functions are specific only to certain installations, while others may not be authorized to you. It is therefore unlikely that you will see all the menu options when you access the menu, but only those which have been programmed to be available when your PIN is used. To display the menu options available to you: 1. Before commencing, ensure that the prompt below is shown on the bottom line of the display: Code: 2. MENU * ~ Press The display will show: To Access Menu Enter Code Code: ~ Enter your PIN ENTER ~ Press The display will show: "0"-Exit ENTER"-Down * -Up 0-Exit, Menu: 4. ENTER ~ Move forwards one by one through the menu options. or MENU * ~ Move backwards one by one through the menu options. or 0 ENTER ~ Exit the menu and return to the display shown in step 1. Note: When scrolling through, each menu option will be displayed. eg. 10-Isolate 0-Exit, Menu: Selecting a Menu Option:? ~ Enter the option number ENTER ~ Press Note: The option need not be shown on the display. If you know the option number you need not move to it to select it. The Challenger Version 8.0 User Guide : Issue I, Revision I : October

28 THE CHALLENGER MENU Exit a menu option: ENTER ~ Press This will return you to the menu. Exit the Menu: 0 ~ Press ENTER ~ Press This will return you to the original display shown in step 1 of how to display menu items. Note: 1. If you access the menu and do not use any keys for two minutes, the menu will be exited. It is good practice to ensure you exit the menu using 0 ENTER rather than the time out facility. If anyone else uses the menu before it times out, the functions they use would be logged against your PIN. 2. If you attempt to select an option which is not authorized to your PIN, the display will show the message: You are unauthorized for this function 3. Although you may be authorized to access a menu option, you may not be allowed to access all the information it provides. You will only be allowed to access information on the areas assigned to your PIN. 28 V8-U-TXT.PM6 : Issue I, Revision I : October 1997

29 PANEL STATUS - Menu Option 1 This function is used to list any inputs which are in alarm, in tamper alarm, isolated or unsealed and any system alarms. There are menu options available which display each of these conditions separately, however this option may be used to check on all inputs which need attention. The status is shown by the letter preceding the input number: A = Alarm An alarm has occurred at this input and it should be acknowledged and reset. Refer to the section - Alarm. T = Tamper Alarm An alarm has occurred at this input due to tamper or accidental damage. The alarm should be acknowledged and reset. Refer to the section - Alarm. i = Isolated The input has been excluded from functioning as part of the security system and is probably broken or faulty. U = Unsealed The input is activated and needs to be checked and sealed if necessary to ensure security is maintained. eg. Close door. No inputs in alarm, tamper alarm, isolated or unsealed: The display will show: ENTER ~ Return to the menu. or NEXT ~ Update the status. No Alarms, Tampers, Isolates, Unsealed Press ENTER Inputs in alarm, tamper alarm, isolated or unsealed are listed either: One at a time eg. Summary On U2. Front Door Contact NEXT or ENTER or As a list of numbers eg. Summary On U1, A3, T4, i5, i9. Input No: From either display: NEXT ~ Update the list of inputs and display the next inputs in the list (if any). or ENTER ~ Return to the menu. or? ENTER ~ Display the input name in full. Note: \See Also: Using Panel Link changes the standard numbering system seen here, to reflect that of Panel Link's system. Alarm Types Inputs Unsealed - Menu Option 2 Inputs in Alarm - Menu Option 3 Inputs Isolated - Menu Option 4 The Challenger Version 8.0 User Guide : Issue I, Revision I : October

30 INPUTS UNSEALED - Menu Option 2 This function is used to display all unsealed inputs. eg. Door open. The function would be used to determine whether you need to check an input in order to maintain security. eg. Close the door. No inputs unsealed: The display will show: All Inputs Are Sealed Press ENTER ENTER ~ Return to the menu. or NEXT ~ Update the status. Unsealed inputs are listed either: One at a time eg. Unsealed On 4. PIR In Managers Office NEXT or ENTER or As a list of numbers eg. Unsealed On 1, 2, 6. Input No: From either display: NEXT ~ Update the list of inputs and display the next inputs in the list (if any). or ENTER ~ Return to the menu. or? ENTER ~ Display the input name in full. Note: Using Panel Link changes the standard numbering system seen here, to reflect that of Panel Link's system. See Also: Panel Status - Menu Option 1 30 V8-U-TXT.PM6 : Issue I, Revision I : October 1997

31 INPUT IN ALARM - Menu Option 3 This function is used to display details of all inputs which are in alarm. Alarms should be acknowledged and reset - Refer to the section - Alarm. No inputs in alarm: The display will show: No Alarms Press ENTER ENTER ~ Return to the menu. or NEXT ~ Update the status. Inputs in alarm are listed either: One at a time eg. Alarm On 3. Fire Escape Door NEXT or ENTER or As a list of numbers eg. Alarm On 1, T2, 6. Input No: From either display: NEXT ~ Update the list of inputs and display the next inputs in the list (if any). or ENTER ~ Return to the menu. or? ENTER ~ Display the input name in full. Note: 1. Tamper alarms are identified by T preceding the input number. 2. Using Panel Link changes the standard numbering system seen here, to reflect that of Panel Link's system. See Also: Alarm Types Panel Status - Menu Option 1 Alarm The Challenger Version 8.0 User Guide : Issue I, Revision I : October

32 INPUTS ISOLATED - Menu Option 4 This function is used to display details of all isolated inputs. An isolated input is one which is excluded from functioning as part of the security system. It would be isolated because it is faulty or broken and by isolating it you would stop it causing an alarm. This function would therefore be used to determine which inputs are not operational and need attention. No isolated inputs: The display will show: No Isolated Inputs Press ENTER ENTER ~ Return to the menu. or NEXT ~ Update the status. Isolate inputs are listed either: One at a time eg. Isolated On 4. Beam Across Loading Bay NEXT or ENTER or As a list of numbers eg. Isolated On 1, 2, 6. Input No: From either display: NEXT ~ Update the list of inputs and display the next inputs in the list (if any). or ENTER ~ Return to the menu. or? ENTER ~ Display the input name in full. Note: Using Panel Link changes the standard numbering system seen here, to reflect that of Panel Link's system. See Also: Panel Status - Menu Option 1 32 V8-U-TXT.PM6 : Issue I, Revision I : October 1997

33 HISTORY - Menu Option 5 This function is used to display past events of system history, including alarms, access to the menu, etc. It can help you determine events such as the time that an alarm occurred, the time it was reset and who reset it, the time the system was disarmed in the morning, etc. The events are displayed in reverse chronological order ie. the last event is the first shown. The display will show: 1-Alarm Events 2-Log Only Events Option:? ENTER ~ Select the History option required. or ENTER ~ Return to the menu. 1 - Alarm Events: All events related to the Alarm System. 2 - Log Only Events: Events not reported to the monitoring station but sent to local printer or computer. e.g. Access Granted/Denied at doors etc. Example of one event: The top line of the display shows: 13:49 26/11 Menu Entered at Console 1> 1-Scan, 0-Exit - The time of the event in hours & minutes - HH:MM. - The date of the event as day & month - DD/MM. - The type of event eg. Menu Entered. - The location of the event eg. RAS 1 = Remote Arming Station 1. - The User's number and name. The second line of the display shows the options available regarding the history events list: MENU * ~ Move forwards through the list. or ENTER ~ Move backwards through the list. or 0 ~ Exit history and return to the menu. or 1 ~ Scan the display to view the complete English text for history events. (e.g. user names and alarm inputs). Note: 1. Using Panel Link changes the standard numbering system seen here, to reflect that of Panel Link's system. 2. Events are sorted across all panels in chronological order. See Also: Quick Alarm History. The Challenger Version 8.0 User Guide : Issue I, Revision I : October

34 TEST REPORT - Menu Option 6 This function is used to display the results of the Access Test or Secure Test. The display will show: Test Report: 1-Access 2-Secure Option:? ENTER ~ Select the Test Report option required. or ENTER ~ Return to the menu. SECURE TEST REPORT: This option is used to display the results of the Secure Test which is done on specific inputs to see if they were operating correctly. The inputs are those that are programmed to be included in testing, and which operate when a building is unoccupied. All inputs tested successfully: The display will show: No Untested Inputs Press ENTER ENTER ~ Return to the menu. or NEXT ~ Update the status. Untested inputs will be listed either: One at a time eg. Untested Secure On 17. Rear Door Contact NEXT or ENTER or As a list of numbers eg. Untested Secure On 9, 14, 17. Input No: From either display: NEXT ~ Update the list of untested inputs and display the remaining inputs in the list (if any). or ENTER ~ Exit the function and return to the menu. or? ENTER ~ Display the input name in full. See Also: Secure Test. 34 V8-U-TXT.PM6 : Issue I, Revision I : October 1997

35 TEST REPORT - Menu Option 6 ACCESS TEST REPORT: This function is used to determine the results of the Access Test which is done on specific inputs and cameras to see if they were operating correctly. The inputs are those that have been programmed to be included in testing and which operate when a building is occupied. All the cameras are tested. Inputs: The untested inputs will be listed either: One at a time eg. Untested Access On 25. Reception Hold Up NEXT or ENTER or As a list of numbers eg. Untested Access On 25, 26, 27. Input No: From either display: NEXT ~ Update the list of inputs and display the remaining inputs in the list (if any). or ENTER ~ Display camera test results if applicable, otherwise return to the menu. or? ENTER ~ Display the full input name. Note: Where an input is displayed as untested, it could mean that it has not been tested because it was missed, or, because it was faulty and could not be tested. Cameras: The results of camera tests will be displayed provided that: i) The user conducting the access test has been programmed to test cameras. ii) The User has Area 1 assigned in their Alarm Group and is testing Area 1. All cameras tested successfully: The display will show: ENTER ~ Return to the menu. Untested cameras will be listed: All Cameras Have Tested Successfully Press ENTER eg. Cameras Not Tested : 1, 2. Press ENTER ENTER ~ Return to menu. See Also: Access Test The Challenger Version 8.0 User Guide : Issue I, Revision I : October

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